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. a seattle hairstylest tweeted the right hander lost his locks in his hometown earlier this month. and the pictures of him with short hair relatively short hair have been flooding around on twitter for days. so far no word from lincecum himself. well, it grows back. >> it does. he looks good. >> doesn't look bad. >> big league pitcher and vallejo native cc sabathia has just been seen bowling with at- risk youth in san francisco. >> last night' event was called cc's christmas caravan. 19 teams bold with the yankees star and his wife at the mission bowling club. sabathia -- is that how you say it? sabathia bowled right-handed because he is rehabbing his valuable left elbow. >> always say vallejo is near and dear to my heart. i have a lot of family here. and i really am deeply rooted in the community so i really care about what's going on. so anytime i get a chance to give back and do whatever i can, i always try to take the opportunity. >> the event was hosted by the pitch foundation a nonprofit founded by sabathia -- i still want to say it like that. it's sabathia. >> that's the wa
in the country. >> we have more pedestrian crashes than cities like chicago, seattle and boston. >> reporter: as chief of surgery at san francisco general hospital, dr. peggy knudson sees pedestrian injuries almost every day. >> you could get hit by a vehicle, you're going to get hurt. if you are an adult, the way that you're struck by cars, you' likely to have pelvic fractures, lower extremity fractures, rib fractures. if you are a child, you're going to get tossed and you're most likely to have a severe head injury. >> reporter: and in san francisco, two pedestrians are hit on average every, single day. with 17 deaths each year costing the public more than $15 million. that's got the attention of mayor ed lee. >> we pick this day and this time and this area here to make this announcement that we have a pedestrian strategy that's going on a serious one. >> reporter: a citywide effort targeting hot spots urging drivers to slow down and pedestrians to pay attention, a challenge when some feel texting is just not that dangerous. >> not if you are with a group of people. >> reporter: dr. kim mu
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